By Denis Vairasse, John Christian Laursen, Cyrus Masroori
One of many nice utopian novels of the early glossy interval.
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He was a very honest young man, but no Souldier nor Seaman. At the beginning of the storm I was full of courage, and well resolved to submit to the will of God without any murmuring or fear of dying, but he did not understand that Philosophy, the dreadful image of Death appeared to him with all his horrour, and I think I might have seen it in his face if we had not been in the dark. I have admired he did not die for the very fear of it: At first he sigh’d and groaned only, but a while after, when the storm increased, he broke out into the saddest howling in the world.
I have admired he did not die for the very fear of it: At first he sigh’d and groaned only, but a while after, when the storm increased, he broke out into the saddest howling in the world. He accused his Fathers Counsel and Command, who had sent him, but chiefly his own folly in obeying. He called his dear Mother, Brother, and Sisters, and bad them an Eternal Farewel, as likewise his beloved Country, which he had no hopes ever to see again. He lamented and deplored the cruelty of his Fate that put an end to his life in the flower of his Age by so horrid and untimely a Death.
I wish that those who shall read this most delightful and admirable Relation may reap some profit out of it either in point of Pleasure or Utility, it being a very ingenious Piece, and the most perfect model of Government I ever read or heard of in my life. D. V. This page intentionally left blank. The History of the Sevarites, or Sevarambi M y Natural Genius, the manner of my Education, and the Example of others, inspired me in my young years with a restless desire of travelling the World, that I might my self be an Eye Witness of those things I had either read or heard of.
The History of the Sevarambians: A Utopian Novel by Denis Vairasse, John Christian Laursen, Cyrus Masroori